Bryan Chaffin would like to like to take a moment to note that at a combined US$38.8 billion in profit, both companies add up to less than Apple’s $45.7 billion.
At last. Another new messaging service. Maybe. And why?
When politicians propose that Apple build a backdoor into the iPhone for law enforcement, we write off their idea as ill-informed. So why do they persist?
The proposed law, which would force companies like Apple, Google, and Facebook to build backdoors into their encrypted platforms, betrays the Australian government’s baffling lack of understanding.
At WWDC Apple showed how they could wow us by reigniting the Mac, and now it’s time to do the same for the Apple TV.
We don’t need no stinkin’ manuals!
As the Apple supply chain meters out bits of Touch ID intel for the iPhone 8, there has been much distress about whether Apple has backed itself into a corner and will disappoint users.
10 years on and the iPhone is still cool tech, but it’s all about empowering us wherever we go.
Privacy is a feature, not an inconvenience, and Apple’s choice to make that a priority is one of Apple Music’s strengths.
In Glassdoor’s CEO ratings system, derived from employee input, Apple’s Tim Cook fell from Number 8 last year to 53 this year. Why?
An affordable notebook Mac for Middle and High School education sets the world on its heels.
The fireside chat was about much more than design choices, compromises, and secrecy.
John explores the psychology of why Apple employees leak corporate secrets.
Improvements to iBooks in iOS 11 I’d like to see include barcode scanning and book playlists.
Despite, what Mr. Schulman thinks, Apple Pay Cash should be a success if only because of Cupertino’s loyal existing customers.
The iMac Pro (and Mac Pro) will be priced out of range for most Mac enthusiasts, and that’s a Good Thing.